How can I resolve this issue? I have 8GB of system memory on my PC so I imagine this is a setting issue. I can’t import the SQL file until this is resolved. Please help.
In this case I would recommend using MySQL CLI (command line) to get this job done.
Here’s what you can do:
- Move the SQL file into the site’s
/appdirectory (untar it if it’s tar/gzipped)
- Right-click on the site in Local’s sidebar and go to “Open Site SSH”
mysql -u root -proot local < /app/SQLFILENAME.sql(replace SQLFILENAME.sql with the correct name) and then press enter
You can also run
wp db import /app/SQLFILENAME.sql and that will use whatever database credentials are in wp-config.php.
I’ve tried both of these methods and it “appears” to process my .sql script, but once I refresh page (for site and/or adminer), nothing has changed. With the wp-cli command, it gives a success message. If it’s being successful - any ideas on where/what DB it is successfully updating (cuz it’s not the actual site’s)?
I also tried trimming off everything after “local” just to login to mysql and then run “show tables” - no luck there (not surprising, though, given other results). Thanks in advance!
Okay, I figured out my issue! I didn’t notice that I included DB create lines in my SQL export, so my import was working fine - just to a new/different database than “local”. Once I updated my wp-config.php to point to the correct DB, the world became a happier place!
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